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WHO IS YOUR ROLE MODEL IN TODAY'S WORLD WE AS PEOPLE LOOK TO BALL PLAYERS AND RAPPERS TO BE OUR ROLE MODELS WHAT HAPPENED TO THE PARNETS' BEING THE ROLE MODELS Now I realize that you can’t look into the minds of the best people in your field. But you can get plenty of information about how they are thinking, their advice, what they did. For instance if you are an entrepreneur or self-employed, here are the people that I role-modeled to a certain degree: Stephen Covey, Steve Jobs, Anthony Robbins, Michael Jordan (find more here). Reading biographies of people who inspire you is a great way to start. Examine your mindset by looking at your current belief-system. Are these beliefs supporting you? Or are there self limiting beliefs? You have to identify those possible blocks and turn them around. Because whether you know about limiting beliefs or not, they are working in your subconscious mind.

Leadership: 4 Ways to Become a Role Model Manager

1. Present a Positive Attitude No one is saying that you aren’t allowed to have a bad day now and then, but if you can exhibit strength, calm and perseverance even during stressful times and a good, positive attitude overall, you will instill the same within your employees. A positive team will be better able to troubleshoot problems and overcome adversity in the workplace.

2. Earn and Build Trust A role model manager must be trustworthy. Your team won’t feel inclined to show you much respect if you aren’t true to your word and honest with your employees. As The Guardian points out, the characteristics, traits and behaviors of an ideal role model are often personal and may change over time. 

3.Exhibit Integrity A good manager will make decisions for the betterment of the business as a whole and not just for him or herself. Employees will respect a manager that genuinely cares about the business and also those who work within the organization. Give credit where credit is due and take responsibility for your actions.


4. Lead and Inspire Take care to always lead by example in a responsible manner, and your employees will

follow suit. A good leader motivates his team rather than criticizes them and strives to inspire team members to reach their full potential. Keep in mind that leadership role models don’t come to lead over night. Audit your skills and habits. What do you need to develop? Harvard Business Review suggests acting as an “organizational anthropologist”. Look for a person skilled in the area you need developed and learn from them.

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